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M.A.T. in Spanish consists of 37 credit LANGUAGES & CULTURES
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completed in three academic semesters
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M A S T E R O F A RT S F O R T E AC H E R S
The M.A.T. program in Spanish at IUPUI is a collaborative program between IUPUI and the University
of Salamanca in Spain. The University of Salamanca has a well-developed curriculum for foreign students
who wish to teach Spanish, and its programs have a high level of academic prestige around the world. The
Department of World Languages & Cultures at IUPUI similarly enjoys an excellent reputation for its
GRADUATE FACULTY leadership role in the promotion and development of successful second-language teaching and learning.
MARTA ANTÓN, Associate Professor
(Ph.D., University of Massachusetts) Hispanic
Linguistics, Second Language Learning and Teaching A D M I S S I O N S
Applicants should possess a B.A. degree in Spanish (provisional admission may be considered for
ENRICA ARDEMAGNI, Associate those who did not major in Spanish, as long as they demonstrate the competency necessary for
Professor. (Ph.D., University of Wisconsin) successful graduate work in Spanish). They must submit the following: the online application; an
Translation Theory and Practice, Applied Language ofﬁcial transcript documenting a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university, with a
Studies, Medieval Spanish Literature
minimum GPA of 3.0 (on a 4.0 scale); documentation of proﬁciency in the Spanish language (either
the DELE Exam or samples of written and spoken Spanish); and three letters of recommendation
HERBERT BRANT, Associate Professor & The IUPUI University Library
(at least two from professors). International students will need to send TOEFL scores, and will
Director of Graduate Studies in Spanish at sunset
need to take the IUPUI ESL Placement exam. See the website for more details.
(M.A.T., Ph.D., University of Illinois) Modern Latin
American Literature and Culture, Gender and
Sexuality in Latin America C O U R S E W O R K
Students take courses on the IUPUI campus during regular semesters, and must participate in two
KIMMAREE MURDAY, Assistant consecutive 5-week summer sessions at the University of Salamanca. Coursework at IUPUI
Professor. (Ph.D., Carnegie Mellon University) consists of an Introduction to Hispanic Sociolinguistics, Acquisition of Spanish as a 2nd Language,
Second Language Acquisition, Applied Linguistics, Methods of Teaching Spanish, Practicum in the Teaching of Spanish, Studies in Spanish American
Computer-Assisted Language Learning Culture and Literature, and the MAT Thesis. In Salamanca, students take classes in Spanish
language, and the culture and literature of Spain.
ROSA TEZANOS-PINTO, Associate The historic library at the
For students who are interested in Indiana State Teacher Certiﬁcation, a track of coursework has
Professor. (Ph.D., University of Miami) National University of Salamanca
been developed with the IU School of Education. See the website for more details.
Narratives in Hispanic America, Spanish American
Women Writers, Post-Boom Writing
F I N A N C I A L A S S I S T A N C E
BENJAMIN VAN WYKE, Assistant A limited number of research and teaching assistantships are available from the IU School of Liberal
Professor. (Ph.D., University of Syracuse) Arts on a competitive basis. Students who are interested in competing for one of these
Translation Studies, Postcolonial Studies, Latin assistantships should submit all of their application materials by April 1 for the following fall
American Studies, Contemporary Philosophy semester.
Other sources of ﬁnancial assistance are available to graduate students at IUPUI, including ﬁrst-year
fellowships. Long-term loans and federal ﬁnancial aid are facilitated by the IUPUI Ofﬁce of Financial
The Wood Fountain on the
Aid (http://www.iupui.edu/~ﬁnaid/). IUPUI campus